The Museum of Honey and Ethnography is dedicated to the smallest people of the Krasnoyarsk Territory (Chulyms), who speak Khakass language but have no written language.
Such obscure peoples as chum and Selkups live alongside the Chulyms. Chulymsy, having no musical education, created the Otuken ethnic musical group. They write music, lyrics and make clips about their northern, taiga life. Also Chulym people pump the most northerly honey and produce their incomparable tea.
All products of Chulym people are represented in the museum of honey and ethnography, including the traditional cuisine of this people. The museum is rich in ancient labor tools (holagas, sokha and tunnuk), which Chulyms still use in the extraction of honey.
The museum has its own concert platform with modern equipment for musicians from the taiga and other representatives of small peoples of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. You can track the next event in a group in the VC.